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The pass, signed and sealed by Miguel Bautista, worked its charm.
“In return for official deeds, signed and sealed by you in your function as Triumvir in charge of the East.”
The following is the deed as prepared, signed and sealed between the Trustees of the Metropolitan A.M. E. Church of Washington, D. C., and the Financial Board:
I already have a perfectly good will signed and sealed in Harry Gough’s office in Gilly; the will enclosed herein is a much later one, and naturally nullifies the one Harry has.
Stockdale, the publisher, was so much impressed by his surroundings that he bid L400 for the book, and the agreement was signed and sealed under Lord Castlereagh's eye.
(Himitsu-shosho) is signed and sealed by a testator and presented by him to a notary in the presence of at least two witnesses.